"INTERREG programm" project VIR17121
VIR17121 "BaltCityPrevention - Baltic Cities tackle lifestyle related diseases - Development of an innovative model for prevention interventions targeting public health authorities in the Baltic Sea Region (25.05.2017−31.12.2020)", Peeter Ross, Tallinn University of Technology , School of Information Technologies, Department of Health Technologies.
VIR17121
BaltCityPrevention - Läänemere linnad elustiilihaiguste vastu - uuendusliku ennetustegevuste mudeli väljatöötamine rahvatervise eest vastutavatele institutsioonidele Läänemere maades.
BaltCityPrevention - Baltic Cities tackle lifestyle related diseases - Development of an innovative model for prevention interventions targeting public health authorities in the Baltic Sea Region
BaltCityPrevention - Baltic Cities tackle lifestyle related diseases - Development of an innovative model for prevention interventions targeting public health authorities in the Baltic Sea Region
25.05.2017
31.12.2020
R&D project
INTERREG programm
ETIS classificationSubfieldCERCS classificationFrascati Manual classificationPercent
3. Health3.6. Public Health ScienceB680 Public health, epidemiology 3.3 Health sciences100,0
InstitutionCountryType
European Regional Development Fund
PeriodSum
25.05.2017−31.12.2020118 190,00 EUR
118 190,00 EUR

Projekti eesmärgiks on välja töötada uuendusmeelne ning kulutõhus ennetustegevuste läbiviimise mudel kasutamiseks rahvatervise eest vastutavate institutsioonide poolt. Mudel hõlmab endas erinevaid sihtrühmakeskseid innovaatilisi lahendusi, mida projekti raames ka piloteeritakse. Suurt rõhku pannakse ka erasektori ning avaliku sektori koostöö soodustamisse uute ennetustegevusi toetavate lahenduste loomisel.
BaltCityPrevention will develop an effective and cost-saving intervention model for public health authorities for prevention intervention planning. This model will combine different elements in an innovative way by following a user-driven, participatory approach and thus presents a novel approach in social innovation that addresses prevention as a large societal challenge.
Description in EstonianPercent
Basic Research50,0
Applied Research50,0